YouTube Challenge: Make an Adirondacks Envelope Book.

YouTube Challenge: Make an Adirondacks Envelope Book.

Karen Wyngaard Karen Wyngaard

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The Club Scrap YouTube channel is an amazing source of inspiration. There are so many great video tutorials available, it's nice to have a reminder from time to time!

Inspired by the success of our Pinterest Challenge in August, we challenged our team of bloggers to do something similar with Club Scrap's YouTube channel. Each artist chose a video tutorial, then made pages, cards or other projects inspired by the technique shared.


My project is an envelope mini book. Tricia's Shades of Winter version made from coin envelopes was adorable, but I wanted something a bit larger. Therefore, I adjusted the measurements to work with a 6 x 9" manila envelope. (Visit my personal blog for a list of supplies and assembly tips.)

Adirondacks Manila Envelope Book

Reinforce the envelope flap with layers of card stock. Punch a hole into the center of the flap, and thread with black elastic cord to create the closure.

Adirondacks Manila Envelope Book

Decorate inside pages with elements from the Adirondacks collection. Crop photo mats or paper to fit the inside pages.

Adirondacks Manila Envelope Book

Trim cutaparts as needed to fit the dimensions.

Adirondacks Manila Envelope Book

Add mini kraft envelopes tied with checked ribbon to hold ephemera or hidden journaling.

Adirondacks Envelope Book

Add photos and enjoy for years to come!


Visit the blog links below to enjoy pages, cards and other projects inspired by video tutorials shared on  Club Scrap's YouTube channel. Enjoy! 

Lilian at The Leaf Studio

Deb Duz Scrappin'

Josette at Little Bits

Jennifer at Scrappy Side of Me

Hetty at Craft Chaos

Pam at APeeling Papercrafts

Inkstains with Roni

Tina at Finding Your Niche

Lisa at Rockin Paper, Scissors and Glue

Kelly at Serendipity & Whimsy

Made by Wendy Bellino


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